The Evening News from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on December 22, 1937 · Page 4
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THE EVENING NEWS, HARRISBURG, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1937 ACTIVITIES IN THE REALM OF SOCIETY AND PERSONAL NOTES OF INTEREST PAGE FOUR CAROL SERVICES AT PINE STREET The Rev. Dr. C. Waldo Cherry, pastor of the Pine Street Presby-i terian Church, will conduct the candlelight carol service of the Fireside Group, on Friday evening at the church. The Rev. Dr. William Barnes and the Rev. Mervin A. Heller, pastor of the Market Street Baptist Church, will share the pulpit with the Rev. Doctor Cherry. Mrs. Roscoe Gregory will be the soloist for the evening, and she will sing "Bethlehem." Other carols, to be sung by the congregation, are: "0 Come All Ye Faithful," "It Came Upon a - Midnight Clear," "Hark the Herald Angels Sing," "The First Noel," "We Three Kings," "Away in a Manger," "Silent Night," "0 Little Town of Bethlehem," and "Joy to the World." . I Beginning at 11.45 o'clock, Frank A. McCarrell, organist of the rans in the Bath, N. Y., Coates-ville and the Walter Reid hospitals. The members have also sent flowers and fruits to other auxiliary members who are shut-ins Church Pension Fund Listed at $33,472,000 By United Preti NEW YORK, Dec. 22. Market value of invested assets of the church pension fund, official pension system of the Protestant Episcopal Church, amounted to $33,472,000 as of September 30, 1937, William Fel-lowes Morgan, president, reported today. In a report covering the fund's twenty-iirs year of operation, Morgan disclosed that the fund is now paying pensions at the rate of $1,-304,000 annually, compared with $1,247,000 at the end of 1836. Pensions paid to beneficiaries since the fund's organization in 1917 approx imate ?15,UUu,uUu. Lockers of Three Men Are Looted at Y. M. C. A. Three members of the Central Y. M. C. A., Front and North streets. church will give a recital, and at of a thief who stole from their lock. midnight the Westminster Jumes Urs their pocketbooks containing a will be rung. Each member of the congregation will carry a lighted candle. ' Christmas Gifts The A. Wilson Norris Auxiliary, No. 7, United Spanish War Veterans, have sent Christmas gifts of candy and cigarettes to the vete- HPHE program talk which George King Raudenbush, conductor of the Harrisburg: Symphony Or chestra, will give concerning the concert program which the Philadelphia Orchestra will present in the State Forum here on Tuesday evening, January 4, will be held the preceding afternoon at the home of Mrs. Vance C. McCormick. The regular Harrisburg Synv pnony urchestra concerts, you know, are held on Monday evenings and are preceded by program talks on the Friday afternoons of the week before the concert. Since this 13 a special concert, the program talk will be held Monday afternoon, January 3, at 4 o clock. The concert, which will be held in the Forum, is being sponsored by the Harrisburg Symphony Or chestra and the Symphony Soci ety of Harrisburg. It is first of a series of two to be given here by the Philadelphia Orchestra, The second will be on March 16. total of $28 and two watches valued at $125. Police were notified of the thefts ,f i nr.. i is : i u : - 1 j .- . . I whn rpnnrtprt ih lnnt inrlnHorl .t tO WllliamSpOrt thlS after and a watch valued at $50 from'1001 t ne the guest of Mr, riSS ELEANOR SMITH motored Stewart Taylor. 1925 Market street; $16 and a watch valued atj75 from R. A. Duryer, 22 South Third street, and $4 from F. B. Musser, Camp Hill. 11 -ftUD flBOUl . me sew GIFT WRAPPINGS A NYONE can buy a gift and have it delivered . but , the friend who wraps it in special paper and makes it gay and gift-like with ribbons and seals creates a gift that expresses the Christmas spirit. ' The Art' and Gift Shop, 105 North Second street, offer delightful' new gift wrappings and cards at very moderate prices CHRISTMAS DINNER yyOULDN'T it be easy not' 7 ' to fuss with Christmas din-,; ner at home, but to take family and friends and go to the Penh i Harris where they serve a perfectly delicious and complete Christmas dinner with turkey, and stuffing and all the delect-, able trimmings! Only f 1.50, too,., -and it is served in the main " dining room, The Grill and the. Tavern. v CHAIRS FOR GIFTS C- BEAUTIFUL chair in gold brocade, an occasional chair in mahogany, walnut or maple, or a big comfortable . lounge chair in rich colors to please a man are among many suggestions for Christmas gifts from Arbegast & Co, in New Cumberland, priced so reasonable that you will find you can afford one without straining your budget. BOOKS FOR $1 NEW DRESSES XTEW' DRESSES with the ' smart advanced styles that make them seem so -different from the clothes you have been wearing are featured in a most attractive group at the Junior Dress Shop, 302 Market ' street ' (second floor), for just $6.95. All sizes from 11 to 42 and a large number of youthful models in larger sizes. The shop is open evenings. T ARGE and handsome books for gifts are shown at the Book Shop, 229 North Second street, in a group that includes practically any subject you like, priced at just $1. GIFT BOX OF "GOODIES" TfOR those difficult friends A who "have everything" as well as for any one who enjoys pood things to eat, the Isaac L. Daugherty Grocery Store, Second and State streets, feature a Christmas box of Crosse and Blackwell delicacies. A i handsome metal box beautifully ' decorated. Phone 8275. It costs $6. PLANTS & DECORATIONS DEAUTIFUL and most ar-;v. tistic arrangements for Christmas dinner tables are featured by Stanley Lingle, Florist, at 933 North Third street. Poinsettias and other potted plants for gifts from $1 up. FEMININE FANCIES CELECT your gifts from a V table full of interesting suggestions cleverly arranged . at the Heisey. Beauty Salon, 304 North Second street, where Kathleen Mary Quinlan'g delightful preparations are sold. Make-up cases, and beautiful boxed gifts of powder, bath salts, Eau de Cologne, Flowers of Rain, Verdant Pine, offer gifts for young and old. and Mrs. John McCormick and this evening she will attend the Yule-tide dance of the Junior League of Williamsport. Miss Smith . will return tomor row afternoon to the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Harvey F. Smith, of Ben-Barra, Fort Hunter. Tomorrow evening, Robert Smith will come here from New York City to spend Christmas with his parents. VfRS. SEABORN THORNTON iTX WHATLEY, JR., and her children, who arrived here Mon day from their home in Detroit, will be joined on Friday by Mr. Whatley. They will spend Christ-j mas with Mrs. Wnatley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Farley Gannett, 2841 North Second street. MR. AND MRS. E. S. GERBER- ICH, 2403 North Front street, are spending several days in Atlantic City. On Friday, Mrs. Bayard L. Bell and her daughter, , Mignon Bell, will motor here from Washington to spend Christmas at their home, Flemish Down, Clarks Valley. They will be accompanied here by Mrs. LePage Crown miller and her daughter, Jean, also of Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Hagen-buch and Miss Margery Hagen-buch, of Jackson Heights, Long Island, N. Y., will motor to this city Friday afternoon for a holiday visit with Mrs. Hagenbuch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Miller, 1007 North Seventeenth street. TTHE Civic Club of Harrisburg will be the scene of a festive Yuletide event this evening when a group of Seiler School girls will be hostesses at a dance.. The patrons and patronesses will be Mr. and Mrs. E. Walter Long, Mr. and Mrs. William H. 'Corddry, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Dr. and Mrs. George H. Seaks, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Poffenberger, Mrs. Raymond G. Stover, Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Brightbill and Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Herman. DR. AND MRS. J. BAILEY BROWDER, of Washington, will spend Christmas at the Ex ecutive Mansion with Mrs. Brow-der's daughter, Mrs. George H. Earle, III, and Governor Earle. Another out-of-town guest at the Mansion for Christmas week-end will be Mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer, of Stroudsburg. The Mansion will be the scene of a delightful gathering and on Christmas Eve Yule trees will be decorated by members of the Miss Alice Gannett, who isifamily, snendinir this Winter at the Cleve- . Mrs. Earle's brother-in-law and land Playhouse as a dramatic artisister. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. student, will arrive here tomor row evening for a holiday visit with her parents. ' VjlSS REBECCA. JOHNSTON has joined her mother, Mrs. Paul Johnston, and her sister, Miss Frances Johnston, 1714 North Second street, for the Yuletide holidays. She came here a few days ago from New Haven, Conn., where she is a student at the Yale School of Drama. James Michener, a student at Amherst College, Amherst, Mass., has arrived here to spend the holiday season with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Michener, of Camp Hill. Wickersham, of this city, will also be guests at the family dinner at the Mansion on Chrismas Day. MRS. VICTOR MARRY AT, of A London, England, who has arrived here for a Christmas visit with Mrs. William E. Wright, was honored this afternoon at an at tractive tea given by Mrs. Wright at her home, 204 state street. The annual candle-light service of the Katharine Sweeney Day School was to be presented late this afternoon. The program was to comprise traditional carols given under the direction of Miss Agnes Matula, head of the music department of the school, assisted THS-WM'B S C H LEI S NEK $ to ft e THIRTY NORTH TBl WILL REMAIN OPEN TONIGHT and TOMORROW UNTIL u P.M. k.. ifioB Cava T.flmpr inst-.rupr.or in . t A xtt Ti-roc DATTT T WTT ' . " "7.l iiirv.. jiu iuivo. -:th vlo ,n aenartmem. Al T.TS. of Philadelnhia.will snend Tha Yuletide vacation at the Christmas with Mr. Willis' mother,' Sweeney School will extend from Mrs. Frank Eberly. and Mr. tbeny December 23 to January iu :at their home on the Carlisle road, Today Last to File for Public Assistance Tests Today was the last day for filing applications by those who will compete in the civil service examinations for jobs in the Department of Public Assistance. Starting March 1 employes will be selected on the merit basis, selected irom ine cu sible list prepared following exam inations to be held here and in seventeen other cities January 8, 15 and 22. A the result of an address by Marklev Shaw, of the Etate Employment Board office, many persons who unintentionally filed applications to take examinations for Unemployment Compensation Board oosts todav transferred their appli cations to the Assistance Department Both are preparing to name their working staffs from eligible lists set up after holding competitive exam inations. There are approximately 5000 jobs in the Assistance Department to be meted out as a resii.lt of the coming examinations. above CamD Hill. Mrs. Willis, the former miss Virginia Koons, of Camp Hill, came to this city yesterday and Mr. Willis will join her on Friday. German Lutheran Church Plans Biblical Pageant A Biblical pageant in three scenes, entitled, 'Der Geburt Chriti," will be given Friday evening at 7.30 o'clock in the German Zion Lutheran Church, Capital and Herr streets, by a cast of fifty people of the Sunday School and the Young People's Society under the direction ofthe pastor, the Rev. Werner Eberbach, assisted by Mrs. Eber-bach. The principal roles of "Joseph" and "Mary" will be taken by Martin Gross, superintendent of the Sundny School, and Miss Mary Ulrich. The Three Wise Men will be portrayed by Peter Schubkegel, Michael Brandt and Sol Hursh. Henry Nei-dig, assistant superintendent of the Sunday School, will be the Inn keeper, while the three Jewish peasants will be impersonated by Martin Greenawalt, Jacob Urich, I, ' and John Frank. The three prophets will be represented by Andrew, Bower, Jacob Urich, II, and Philio Blacksmith. i A choii' composed of thirty girls, 'ranging from the age of 6 to 18 years. Impersonating angels, and Authority Will Open Bids on New Projects The General State Authority will open bids for additional projects under its $65,000,000 construction rogram as follows: January 4, cr carry inc lighted candles, will singiLieonier armorv: January 7. Bloss ' while entering the church. Iburg State Hospital: January 11, j The part of the Herald Angel, ap-jMorganza Training School, Allen- E earing to the ten Shepherds willitown armory, Philipsburg State Hos-e enacted by Mrs. Werner Eber- pital, Slippery Rock State Teachers' . bach, who will sing a contralto solo, College: January 14. Scotland Sol- "Von Himmel Hoch, da komm Ich'diers' Orphan School, Phoenix ville her." Between the second and third i scene, the Rev. Mr. Eberbach will ! play a selection from "William Tell" Ion a shepherd's flute. I At the beginning of the program, ;Mrs. Charles Nusbeidel will sing a i soprano solo "Horch Ich hor der !Engel Schaar." Mrs. Nusbeidel will I also direct the singing of Christmas carols and recitations by the chil-Idren's department, of which she is the teacher. ..i - 1 - 3 f ' ft 1 M y S -A 1 -PS"- For Christmas 3 Disney's Full Length Cartoon Has Premiere By United Pro HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 22. A world premiere, which left Hollywood slightly groggy over the statistics, introduced history's first full length cartoon feature with such a bang that Walt Disney immediately started production of two more. Never had any move had such a build-up as his "Snow White and armory: January 18, Ashland State Hospital and Coraopolis armory. The Authority's institutional building program neared the half-way mark today with release of a report by Executive Director A. S. Jane-way showing contract awards for thirty-three of eighty projects. Contracts already awarded are for all or partial construction. Sixteen others are being advertised, plans and specifications of sixty have been reviewed by Authority architects and fifty-eight have been submitted to the Public Works Administration. WILL ENTERTAIN FOR COMING BRI9E Mrs. John T. Bretz, 3228 North Second street, will entertain at a buffet supper late this evening at her home, in honor of Miss Nancy Clothier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Clothier, of Camp Hill, who will become the bride of her son, John T. Bretz, Jr., tomorrow afternoon. The supper will follow the re hearsal, and the guests include members of the bridal party. They are: Mrs. Thomas E. Linton, sister of the bride-elect, who will be the matron of honor; Mrs. D. D. Downey, Mrs. Henry A. Garman, Miss Elsie Kutz, and Miss Judy Hailman, of Mechanicsburg, brides maids; Kenneth Spengler, best man: Paul Wolf, Laroe Crist, Thomas E. Linton and Earl Wolf ushers. The ceremony will be performed tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at ;he Messiah Lutheran Church by the Rev. Chester S. Simonton. A reception at the Civic Club will follow, and later the couple will leave for Bermuda where they wi'.l spend a fortnight. They will reside at 3228 North Second street on their return. Get's iogree K. Francis Cleave, of the River view Manor Apartments, was awarded the degree of Master of Business Administration by the University of Chicago at its 190th convocation yesterday at the Rock- erfeller Memorial Chapel. iTesi-dent Robert Maynard Hutchins conferred the degrees on the 230 candidates. Birth Announcements . The following births are an nounced today: Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Snyder, 1608 North Fifth street, a daugh ter, Jeanette Lucille, yesterday at the Polyclinic Hospital. Mrs. Sny der was Miss Pearl Heiges. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E Schmauch, 1009 South Ninth street, a daughter, lrtessa Pearl, yesterday at the Polyclinic Hospital Mrs. Schmauch was Miss Sara Straining. Mr. and Jurs. Russell C. iiensei, 1611 Boas street, a daughter on December 15 at the Keystone Hos pital. Mrs. Hensel was Miss Eliza beth Gable, v Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hoke, of Palmyra, a daughter, Mary Louise, on December 15 at the Keystone Hospital. Mrs. Hoke was Miss Frances Reese, of Hershey. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Sultza berger, of Steelton, a son, Fred erick Lee, on December 19 at the Keystone Hospital. Mrs. Sultza- berger was Miss Margaret Dry. Mr. and Mrs. Owen E. Owens, 850 South Cameron street, a daughter on December 20 at the Keystone Hospital. Mrs. Owens was Miss Ellsie Crook. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grunden, 2309 North Third street, a son, Charles, Jr., this morning at the Keystone Hospital. Mrs. Grunden was Miss Mariea Dowhouer. Mr. and Mrs, Wayne P. Larson, 201 South Fifteenth street, Camp Hill, a son on December 20 at the Harrisburg Hospital. Mrs. Larson was Miss Phyllis M. Aldeman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Husic, 752 South Second street, Steelton, a daughter yesterday at the Harrisburg Hospital. Mrs. Husic was Miss Mary Turkovic. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Rahn, 220 Elm street, Steelton, a daughter on December 20 at the Harrisburg Hospital. Mrs. Rahn was Miss Nina Jacques. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. McCurdy, Jr., of 216 North Fourteenth street, a daughter, Carol Ann, on December 18 fit home. Mrs. McCurdy was Miss Rita Huxley, of this city. 1 miyuimL V 2 WB2 '? XMAS TREES, SANTAS, -TURKEYS, CANDLES t 2 " AND POINSETTAS perDo2. (Assorted Flavors) $ Round and Square ICE CREAM CAKS FRUIT SALAD op ? CHOC-VAN.- STRAWBERRY Pt. Qt. I 7CA 4100 41 25 Qt.SHes I JVTIT,"S' Vharu Ifcnuv Ovdm Mow miLK and dairy product I., f - t-v i n ...u;u V. n started to manufacture and publi-ifflcize more than three years ago. 'SjHe spent $1,500,000 on It and more worry than he cares to recall. Then $jhe went to the Carthay Circle The- I ater last nignt ana mi nis linger flnails, waiting for the verdict of the Hague Called "Dictator" At Meeting of Workers By United Press JERSEY CITY, N. J., Dec. 22. Mayor Frank Hague, boss of New Jersey's powerful Democratic machine, was denounced as a "dictator" last night at a meeting of the Workers Defense League called in defiance of his embargo on liberal and labo" groups. It was the first time since Hague ordered the Committee for Industrial Organization to keep out of Jersey City that an anti-Hague The BOUQUET SHOP Phone 8129 Mrs. E. A. 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